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What is an easement?
A property owner (commonly referred to as the Grantor) gives authorization for use of property by another (the Grantee) for a specified purpose. The need for an easement may include utility maintenance, drainage designations, and conservation purposes, among other possible uses. The property is still owned by the Grantor; however, an easement is considered an encumbrance on the land, and the easement provides certain rights to the Grantee.

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